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Safety at speed.

Dan Lévy launched O Yachts with the Class 4, a design by Lerouge, and he has followed this success up with the Class 6 , a design that is turning heads and making waves in the catamaran industry. The O in O-Yachts stands for Owner – these are catamarans that are developed with their owners in a partnership with the yard.

Dan’s first aim from his Latvian base, northeast of Riga, is to produce yachts that protect their owners from anything that the weather can throw at them, and that can eat up the nautical miles offshore safely, at speed. The Class 6 is setting high standards. This is a world cruiser that is competing strongly with the likes of the Garcia Explocat 52 and the HH range.

Like the O-Yachts Class 4 , this bigger boat is a catamaran for sailors and their families who want to travel big distances over an extended period of time in safety and comfort. It’s a very spacious yacht that is capable of fast cruising in a controlled fashion, whatever the state of the sea.

Keeping the Weight Off With a length of 19.50m (64 foot), the O-Yachts Class 6 weighs only 15 tonnes light. Go for the full carbon option and this number comes down to 13.5.

Dan Levy, along with Laurent Bourgnon (sadly no longer with us, double winner of the Route du Rhum, as well as the Transat Jacques-Vabre  with his brother Yvan), dreamt up this catamaran whose signature feature is a spine or longitudinal central beam that provides the boat with rigidity, stability and buoyancy in steep waves. The mast and forestay are fixed to this structure and the design allows for a large 44 square metre living space unhindered by cross beams.

Keel or Boards? In light winds, the Class 6 will sail at wind speeds and over. Make your own wind for more sailing and less motoring! The large, curved dagger-boards (an option, you can also specify keels) give a draft of 3.8 meters or 12½ feet when down, helping the Class 6 to pinch upwind, particularly in calmer conditions.

A Luxury Sporty Cat

The first priority of this boat is safety at sea, but make no mistake – this is a comfortable catamaran that goes places fast (and gets you out of trouble quickly). Performance means safety and 300 nm a day in good conditions is the target on this boat.

There is more than 44 m² (473 sq ft) of living space in the nacelle. Who needs a flybridge increasing your windage and forcing your sail and centre of effort higher?

High Tech Construction

Talk to Dan Levy, and this is clearly an area that he is passionate about. One of the keys aspects of producing a safe boat is strength, so the Class 6 has been “over engineered” in this respect. There is a spectrum of materials you can choose from, depending on your wish list and budget. These range from Vinylester resin/carbon-glass-kevlar/Gelcoat on the Performance pack to Epoxy resin/100% carbon + kevlar/paint on the Race pack.

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Weight control is a big factor in the design of these yachts, so  carbon fiber is used for all the outer and inner skins. Foam is inserted into this sandwich, and the whole packagage is vacuum infused with epoxy and reinforced with Kevlar in high stress and potential impact areas.

This all-carbon construction gives a light displacement of 15 tons, with an ability to carry loads up to a total weight of 18 tons. The spine means that there is no forward crossbeam, and it gives an impressive rigidity to the narrow hulls. The axe bows are also designed to efficiently pierce through waves and space is maximised through the use of chines.

With the curved daggerboards option and lifting rudders mounted in a well, the draft can be reduced to 0.9 m (3 feet).

Sailing – Safety First

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Examples include a rotating mast and carbon boom with hydraulic furling system. The staysail, genoa and gennaker, can also furl hydraulically. The sail plan emphasises the priority of this yacht which is safety. You will be matching wind speed with the main and XL Genoa (104m2) in light air (3 to 10kts). With a Code 0 or Gennaker flying off the bowsprit, you will be sailing faster than TWS.

The steering systems can be configured as wheel steering or tiller steering with seats.

Mainsail, Genoa, Solent and Storm Sail The O Yachts Class 6 typically comes with a mainsail and genoa which can be unfurled with a press of a button. You will have a variety of lighter wind sails to fly off the bowsprit (Code 0, 280 m² gennaker, also on hydraulics). With these flying you will be faster than wind speed on a reach in calmer conditions. With the sheets coming back to hydraulic winches at the helm, it doesn’t take long to furl the genoa and deploy the self-tacking staysail if the wind picks up. And this being a safety first boat, there is an option for a storm sail as well.

Centred Mast Another benefit of the spine is that it has enabled the designers to set the mast further back than you would normally see on a comparable catamaran. This is a trick more recently used by Gunboat on their 68 to achieve a balanced sail-plan, and it means that the main sail area is only 109m2 (or 1173.27 sq) ft in favour of more sail area up front: which is easier to manage of course. The centralised mast position also helps to give a stable, smooth ride.

Living Space

This is an  area where the Class 6 excels. The saloon/cockpit area is 44 m² or 475 square feet, a huge living space with an enormous galley. This is a French designed boat after all.

The sliding window at the back of the saloon opens right up to give you an Open+ design. Down below, the berths are wide with island beds in the aft cabins thanks to those chines. Forward, the berths are arranged athwartships and higher up, in order to accommodate the performance of the bows. Foam sandwich is used in the furniture to keep the weight down.

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That said, the choice is yours on this boat: pick one of the following options:

– Fixed keel (Simple, more buoyancy) – Daggerboards – Asymetric daggerboards – Curved Asymetric daggerboards

The whole idea of the Class 6 is to keep the engines off, but how does she perform coming into the marina?

She Motors Well, the Class 6 comes with twin 80 HP Yanmar engines. You will begin to appreciate the shape of those hulls, as with these running at 2,500 rpm, you will be pushed along at ten knots in a steady sea, using around 11 litres per hour (2.9 US gal/h).

Use half the fuel and only one engine and you will cruise comfortably at 7 knots.

The O Yachts Class 6 competes in a hot market segment:  luxury fast catamarans. But what sets the Class 6 apart, is its emphasis on safety and comfort.

Yes, this boat is fast, but that’s almost a by product of this innovative design. The living space feels like a New York apartment. The boat has been kept light, is rigid and has a punchy sail plan (without being overpowered).

If you are looking for a yacht to take you long distances, the Class 6 ought to be on your shopping list. Dan claims that the Class 6 is the best catamaran a couple can manage without skipper. It is hard not to agree with him.

There is even a power version, with a Smart Hybrid power unit (one diesel engine, one electric).

For more information on the Class 6, head to O-Yachts .

Technical Specification

Length

19.05m / 62.5'

Width

9.05m / 29.7'

Light Disp.

15T / 33069 lbs

Max Displ

19.5 T / 42990 lbs

D/L

60

Mast height

23.6m / 77.4'

Mainsail

109 sqm / 1173 sqft

Solent

56 sqm / 603 sqft

SA/D (Solent)

27.6

Genoa

105 sqm / 1130 sq ft

SA/D (Genoa)

35.8

Gennaker

280 sq m / 3014 sq ft

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O is for Owner

The O Yachts brand made a name for itself in 2014 under the impetus of Frenchman Dan Lévy with his Class 4, a model that has since seduced several owners (See test in MW no. 138). The goal of the Latvian shipyard, based northeast of Riga, is to produce “owner’s” multihulls - as its O suggests. The model I’m discovering today is the second one; the first one, released more than a year ago, started its career as a powercat (with a big internal combustion engine in one hull and an electric motor in the other) before being fitted with a rig. The objective of the Class 6 is to appeal to yachtsmen who want to go far and for a long time, with their family (possibly short-handed), with a multihull of which they would have chosen not only for the standard finish, but also most of the technical elements of navigation and comfort. The platform is very spacious but nevertheless capable of the highest average speeds, in complete safety, whatever the sea state. That’s an ambitious program, maybe even contradictory, you might ask?

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Dan Levy: 'There is a real sadness to hyper-privileged people'

By Stuart McGurk

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“Megan,” Dan Levy says to his publicist as he logs on, “why are you sharing your crippling anxiety?”

Levy has beamed in on Zoom from his LA home, looking, as he often does, turbo-bespectacled and statement-jumpered. In a few hours, he tells me, with the excitement of a man blasting off to Mars, he’s about to get a plane – an actual plane! – to Paris. He’s only going for a couple of days – it’s a work trip – “But at this point I’ll seek any opportunity”.

In fairness, Megan’s anxiety is only everyone’s anxiety: the thrill and dread of things starting up again, the uncertainty of whatever the new normal might be and just how normal it is. But the peak-pandemic old normal is partly the reason we’re here – and a sitcom that, in many ways, mirrored what we were all going through.

Schitt’s Creek first aired on 13 January 2015 on CBC (Canadian Broadcast Corporation) but initially received little fanfare outside its native Canada (in the US it aired on Pop TV, a channel formerly known as the TV Guide Network, where it received even less fanfare).

It was only when it arrived on Netflix, after its third series in 2017, that people really started to pay attention, and only last year, after its sixth and final series had arrived, that it became that most curious thing: TV’s most belated breakout hit. Having scored no Emmy nominations during its first four series, it picked up four nods for its penultimate series and 15 – winning nine, including all the major comedy awards, the first sitcom to do so – for its final one. The show would be really going somewhere... if it hadn’t just left.

Timing, though, is everything in comedy and Schitt’s Creek could actually hardly have been better. The tale of a wealthy family who had suddenly lost all their money, it saw the parents (played by Catherine O’Hara and Eugene Levy, Dan’s father) and their two mollycoddled adult children (played by Annie Murphy and Levy himself) move to a backwater town they once bought as a joke and forced to all live together in a decrepit motel. Or, put another way: a family who suddenly had their world turned upside down, adult children once again living under one roof, everyone having to worry about money in a way they hadn’t before. Is it any wonder it became the pandemic’s favourite sitcom?

Levy, like many of his friends and many of us, was no different. When things started to get difficult in California, where he now lives, he moved back in with his parents in his hometown of Toronto, along with his sister, her two dogs and his dog. “And it was actually kind of amazing. Like, whenever would you have the time to reset like that?”

Yet was it not, I wonder, a bit of a busman’s holiday? Along with its late-run success, Schitt’s Creek was notable for being very much a family affair: Levy cocreated the show with his father and it also co-starred his sister, Sarah Levy, who played the town’s waitress.

“It brought us professionally much closer,” he allows. “But when we were doing the show, so much of the conversation was consumed by it.” He and his father would find themselves problem-solving the series even in their regular father-son time. His mother, Levy says, “was just really thrilled we were finally talking about other things”. Still, he looks back at the show now and says, “We could have had no idea how much it would parallel so many people’s lives.”

As far back as high school, Dan Levy was always fascinated by privilege. His father, a comedy legend and star of such Christopher Guest classics as Best In Show and Waiting For Guffman , along with the odd American Pie movie, if that’s your thing, purposefully chose to move back to Canada in order to raise his children, lest they became the kind of offspring from whom everything sounds like a question, despite the fact nothing is.

Yet despite his parents’ insistence on not spoiling him and his sister, they were both sent to private school. Levy lasted two years before demanding to be sent back.

“I really didn’t like it,” he says now. “These kids were so overindulged that nothing resonated with them. They had actually become immune to experience. And money, in an attempt to adhere some sort of cohesion to the family dynamic, ended up stripping everyone of passion.” There is, he thinks, “a real sadness to hyper-privileged people”.

He remembers, particularly, a school trip to Venice. He’d spent weeks, months, convincing his parents to let him go and then just as long working, saving up for the share they insisted he pay. He’d even booked himself on a course once he got there. Venice – imagine! He’d never been outside North America. Yet when they arrived, all the other kids just moaned.

“And I’m in Venice ! And I’m learning about philosophy... in Venice . It was the most profoundly life-changing experience. And there were these kids there complaining about the smell and that they were bored. I remember thinking, ‘How do you get to this point?’” It was an experience, he says, “that went on to influence my whole life. A combination of reality TV and having grown up observing these people.” This would, after all, end up being the magic of Schitt’s Creek . The family may have begun the show like the overprivileged kids on the trip to Venice – not least the two siblings – but they ended the show like the young Levy: thankful just to be there in the first place, if still a little concerned about the smell.

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Yet Levy would spend more than a decade as an MTV host in Canada, notably helming The Hills: The After Show (another chance to dissect the numbly affluent), and found his ego so sated that it was tough to leave. Yet one day he did just that. Was there a single moment that made him quit?

“Well, in my gut it never felt right. It always felt like a struggle for me. And in the end it was a struggle in a way that didn’t feel productive any more.” Still, he says, “I walked away from it and I didn’t have any other prospects at the time.”

It wasn’t long, though, until the idea for Schitt’s Creek arrived – one that had really been percolating all that time.

“I knew I had the emotional nugget of the show,” he says. “I knew I wanted it to be about a wealthy family that didn’t know each other, that were very far away from each other in their lives and that had to be brought back together because they lost their money, and what would that look like?”

Levy started writing lines, moments, but didn’t have a clue about how one wrote an actual TV show. Happily, he was related to a man who did.

The neat narrative about this is that the rest was plain sailing: within six months they were out pitching the idea and, as Levy puts it, “Everything just kind of steamrollered”.

Surely they had arguments...

“Oh, yeah. In the early days it came down to tone. What I was writing initially was more performative.”

In what way?

“Just that in terms of the comedy, the jokes weren’t necessarily on the page. It was how a character was going to perform the line that would make it funny.”

Of course, the problem would be selling it: “How do you convince someone that what’s on the page is eventually going to be funny? So, you know, there needs to be a certain amount of jokes on the page for it to read as funny.” They put in, he says, “a few more jokes” to make both his father, and the TV stations, more comfortable. “So his desires and my desires needed to coexist in order to get to the place where we landed.”

Levy says he didn’t have a social life for the six years they were making Schitt’s Creek . As lead actor, writer and all-round showrunner, he would be picked up at 5am, drive to set, rehearse and rewrite scenes, make decisions about wardrobe and sets, approve budgets, film, sometimes act, sometimes direct, all before spending a couple of hours running the writers’ room, before getting home to quickly eat, after which he would often be writing until 2am. Some weeks, he says, “I didn’t sleep more than eight hours.”

And as the sitcom grew and grew, it didn’t get easier, he says, but harder. “Because the more we built the show, the more proud of it I was. And the more I wanted to create more compelling and dimensional stories, the more we wanted to expand our world...”

By series six, he says, the stress got so bad that he had to wear a neck brace, “because the anxiety in my neck was so bad I couldn’t move it. At one point there was an acupuncturist and a chiropractor coming to set every day at lunch to work on my neck so that I could actually perform and not, you know, look like I needed a neck brace.”

Levy takes most pride in the storyline of his own character, David (who is pansexual), who not only learns to love the town but someone in it too: his business partner-turned-boyfriend, Patrick, played by Noah Reid. The lead-up to it is as slow and contradictory and confusing as falling in love actually is: not measured in a single spark followed by endless sitcom contrivances, but a steady drip of fretting, worrying, wondering – was the feeling real? Was it mutual? – before a high-five-the-walls, joyful realisation that it was, plus the understanding, both tender and terrifying, that it was just the start. After Levy’s David kisses him, Patrick says, “Thank you... I’ve never done that before… with a guy… I was getting a little scared that I was going to let you leave here without us having done that. So, thank you, for making that happen, for us.”

It was a moment straight out of Levy’s own life – his first boyfriend was the one who made the first move – and one he’d never seen on screen before. In the Netflix documentary about the show’s finale, there’s an incredibly moving scene in which a letter from a Facebook group called Serendipitydodah For Moms, a group of mothers with LGBTQ kids, is read out aloud by Noah Reid. Levy is tearing up before the first sentence is spoken and is fully crying by the time Reid says, “More than 1,800 of us are signing this letter because we wanted to say thank you for the LGBTQ characters, relationships and storylines that you’ve included in Schitt’s Creek . Your commitment to represent love and tolerance in your show is so important to families like ours... You have created new ways for queer viewers to see themselves.”

“Wishing I had something like it as a kid,” Levy says to me now, “hoping it would be some kind of comfort for me growing up, it’s an incredibly emotional experience to know that I’ve done something that has helped, you know, lighten the load, or helped change the conversation within a family, or made someone feel empowered, because growing up that’s all I feel like I hoped for.”

Levy remembers, particularly, a storyline that he himself worried about at the time, but one, as time goes on, that might sum up the show more than any other – beyond the serendipitous scenario of a family thrown together in trying circumstances (though it was very much that); beyond the fact it started with cynicism and disregard but ended with acceptance and love (though it was also very much that); beyond, even, the show’s mantra, one Levy set from the get-go, which said the town itself should never be the joke, something that seemed more important than ever in our politically polarising times (and it was very much that too).

The storyline in question saw David encourage Patrick, while they were seeing each other, to go out on a date with a guy who came into their store. It was a polarising idea in the writers’ room. They knew their audience was mostly family based and knew it might alienate them. They knew that people wouldn’t necessarily understand that sometimes opening a relationship, giving someone freedom, could make that relationship stronger. It would be complicated, they more than knew, in a half-hour of sitcom TV, to show there was a malleability to relationships, a flexibility to love and to intimacy. Could all that “live within our little show that was a comedy, but also a little dramatic”? Levy, naturally, decided it could, because “We always wanted it to be real, to never cut corners when it came to depicting this couple as realistically as possible”.

The show was still so small at the time that Levy remembers begging the network to spring for the cost of DVD screeners in order for the series to even be in contention for awards. But he also remembers they were so small that no one paid attention when the script for that episode went through. Another benefit of becoming a cultural phenomena after the fact: all the tough calls had already been made.

In the six years that Levy was making Schitt’s Creek he kept a journal – random thoughts, mostly, half ideas. But some more fully formed – an idea, for instance, that he wrote down a few years ago for a Hollywood romcom that told a gay love story... but which might as well have said “The Titanic ... but on Mars” for how realistic it seemed at the time.

Currently, he says, he’s writing it and intends to direct.

“I’ve always wanted to make [a romcom],” he says. “I’ve always wanted to be in one. And as a gay person, you don’t ever get that kind of opportunity. You get to play the zany friend or Pepe the coworker. So I’m really excited and honoured to have that opportunity: to put a gay person front and centre in a romcom.” It looks, he says, that finally, “Those doors are opening more and more”.

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Dan Levy Gets Candid About Re-Learning How To Act After Schitt’s Creek: ‘It's Physically Programmed In Me To Do The Wrong Thing’

There's so much David Rose still in him.

There’s no real downside to creating an iconic television character . For one thing, you have job security. Which then comes with a lifetime of residual pay. Sure, you can get typecast as a certain brand of character. But because everything in Hollywood is circular, it just means you’ll end up playing that character again in the eventual reboot/reimagining that makes its way to a streaming service. Right, Full House cast ? 

Dan Levy has a different take on this conversation, however. For six wonderful seasons, Levy played the flamboyant and opinionated David Rose on Schitt’s Creek , opposite his father Eugene Levy, the brilliant Catherine O’Hara, and the exquisite Annie Murphy. If you miss the cast, we have suggestions on how best to keep up with their careers . For Levy, that means using your Netflix subscription to watch his directorial debut Good Grief , in which he also stars. But as he told the ReelBlend podcast during an exclusive interview, his Good Grief character couldn’t be more opposite of David Rose, and that meant Levy – the actor – had some habits he needed to break. As he explained:

I had to physically train myself out of the habits that I had formed playing David Rose on Schitt's Creek. Mark, in this movie, is so still and so reserved and so avoidant. Coming from 80 episodes of a television show where no reaction was too small , it was almost like I had to physically be aware of how little I had to do, and how still I had to be in order to be this person. And how hard that was at times to rid yourself of the habits that are formed of playing a character that is so elastic, and so larger than life.

I write at length about how the advent of streaming and the introduction of prestige cable has blurred (and basically removed) the line between television and movie stars. Now we get Jodie Foster in a new season of True Detective , or Kate Winslet in Mare of Easttown . It can free up an actor to attach themselves to a limited series, allowing them to continue pursuing upcoming movies , but also giving them the chance to chase great material in different formats. Still, as Dan Levy continued to elaborate on his time as David Rose, he wouldn’t change a thing, and he appreciated the evolutions it allowed him to explore. He went on to tell the ReelBlend hosts: 

It's a rare thing to be able to play a character for as long as I did and still be excited by them, and continue to add to them. And by the end, I mean, the character of David Rose when we found him in the pilot episode is so different than where we find him at the end. He's way more comfortable in his skin. But as a result, the performance got bigger and more reactive. And so, yeah, it's in me. It's physically programmed in me to do the wrong thing as an actor. You know what I mean? It's one of those rare occurrences where it's like, ‘Can we try that? But really go bigger now!’ I'm acting opposite Ruth Negga and Hamesh Patel. I can't be doing what I've done around wonderfully subtle, gorgeous film actors. It's a very different craft.

The top directors, actors, and writers continuously stop by CinemaBlend’s ReelBlend podcast for in-depth conversations about their craft, so make sure you have subscribed on whatever service you use to download and listen to podcasts. In the meantime, Good Grief is available on Netflix. 

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Located next to Noginskoye Highway in Electrostal, Apelsin Hotel offers comfortable rooms with free Wi-Fi. Free parking is available. The elegant rooms are air conditioned and feature a flat-screen satellite TV and fridge...
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Located in the green area Yamskiye Woods, 5 km from Elektrostal city centre, this hotel features a sauna and a restaurant. It offers rooms with a kitchen...
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Ekotel Bogorodsk Hotel is located in a picturesque park near Chernogolovsky Pond. It features an indoor swimming pool and a wellness centre. Free Wi-Fi and private parking are provided...
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Surrounded by 420,000 m² of parkland and overlooking Kovershi Lake, this hotel outside Moscow offers spa and fitness facilities, and a private beach area with volleyball court and loungers...
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Surrounded by green parklands, this hotel in the Moscow region features 2 restaurants, a bowling alley with bar, and several spa and fitness facilities. Moscow Ring Road is 17 km away...
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Plus besoin de choisir entre un catamaran orienté charter, confortable mais pas marin, ou, un catamaran orienté performance mais peu habitable. class 6 combine enfin les deux., de part sa conception novatrice avec un perce vague central (“spine concept”), vous disposez d’un espace de 44m2 sur la plateforme à personnaliser librement., en plus du confort et de l’espace, ce perce vague offre la sécurité en mer formée, afin de réduire les impacts, et bénéficier d’un fort volume de flottabilité, pour toujours garder la coque avant au dessus des vagues., cliquez sur le bouton ci-dessous pour réaliser votre configuration, en appréciant nos tarifs très compétitifs.., class 6 est issu de la collaboration entre dan levy & laurent bourgnon . nous voulions concevoir le plus grand catamaran pour un couple désirant s’offrir une période de loisir sabbatique pour une navigation sans skipper ., avec 63ft/19m vous avez la longueur et hauteur de franc bord suffisante pour vous sentir en sécurité. gérer les voiles en solo est aussi un impératif : le mât étant parfaitement centré, vous avez la même surface de grand voile que des 53 pieds. les deux voiles de devant sur enrouleur (souvent électrique) sont gage de simplicité. seul le gennaker ou code0 demandent d’être deux., sabbatique c’est vivre à bord pendant des mois au mouillage. avec ses 44m 2 sur la plateforme c’est est digne d’un appartement. o yachts est le spécialiste du custom pour réaliser l’intérieur qui vous ressemble., spine concept / avantages, la poutre longitudinale 100% carbone, de forme perce vaque, est une exclusivité class 6.  avantages …, sécurité : , réduction des impacts contre les vagues en mer formée, ajout de flottabilité pour ne pas enfourner sur l’avant, permet de placer parfaitement le mât sans nuire à l’espace de vie., spine concept / explication, les catamarans classiques diffusent les efforts du mât en transversale, sur une cloison qui délimite l’espace de vie : devant c’est le pont / derrière c’est le salon. les catamarans orientés charter poussent donc le mât vers l’avant, et ceux de course le laissent au centre. sur class 6 le spine concept permet de centrer librement le mât, tout en offrant un espace de vie maximum., meilleure centrage des masses., taille de grand voile comparable à un 53 pieds, très facile à gérer seul., gestion du plan de voilure facile car concentré sur le triangle avant (enrouleurs)., beaucoup plus d’espace dans le salon ., un appartement vue mer, avec ses 44 m2 sur le plateforme vous disposez d’un énorme espace de vie totalement personnalisable :, cockpit avant, salon/cuisine/ table à carte, voici juste quelques exemples de configuration., espace de vie, en moyenne on passe 90% à l’ancre sur un programme au long cours, grâce au spine concept et le centrage parfait du mât, nous pouvons exploiter une grande partie de l’espace de vie après ce mât, pour un salon / table à carte et un cockpit avant. tous les espaces de vie sont clairement identifiés et séparés : coin salon, cuisine, table à carte…, un volume rare et parfaitement équilibré (longueur /largeur). de nombreuse options pour personnaliser votre cockpit:, table de toute taille, dans la longueur ou largeur, banquette lit de repos, bbq & évier, escalier(s) direct(s) vers le(s) poste(s) de pilotage extérieur… ., a vous de décider pour : , banquettes avec rangement + assises, escalier avant… ., pour ceux qui aiment se relaxer. selon vos attentes, nous pouvons réaliser un flybridge carbone afin de ne pas affecter les performances. deux options, flybridge lounge, vous êtes assis ou vous bronzés sur les banquettes quand vous naviguez à la voile. vous pouvez rester debout quand vous êtes au moteur ou arrivé à destination., flybridge avec matelas, sur cette option, vous êtes toutefois protégé par un saut de vent (carbone), autre design, au choix quilles ou dérives, a vous de choisir en fonction de vos priorités. nous vous offrons le choix. voici quelques éléments pour forger votre opinion., gain de 5% pour la remontée au vent., meilleurs performance globale de 4% maximum•, si vous prenez des dérives courbes vous aurez un effet de levier pour soulager la coque et augmenter la vitesse., meilleure capacité de charge. selon le principe d’archimede, les quilles offrent une poussée positive et offrent ainsi plus de capacité de charge., aussi efficaces que les dérives pour remonter au vent dès 13kts de vent., simple car aucune pièce en mouvement., meilleure protection du sail drive et hélices., echouage facile, très utile pour les réparations., plus d’espace de vie car vous n’avez pas les caissons de dérives dans les coques., longues jupes pour plus de sécurité, elles sont longues et larges. l’accostage avec votre annexe est grandement sécurisé par mer formée., plateforme arrière carbone et aluminium, c’est une option offrant beaucoup de plaisir au mouillage. compatible avec des annexes relativement légères., design intérieur “custom”, o yachts réalise tous ses catamarans selon les désirs de son propriétaire. sur class 6, l’espace est tel (44m2 sur la nacelle) que cela revient à réaliser un appartement vue mer. notre démarche est simple. , etape 1 : première discussion avec o yachts afin de comprendre vos attentes et faire les sketches d’implantation en 2d., etape 2 : rencontre avec notre architecte d’intérieur (finlandais) qui est non seulement talentueux mais en plus un marin aguerris. il discute avec vous et réalise votre intérieur en 3d. vous obtenez des visuels quasi réels pour vous décider. design, choix matériaux, ambiance couleur …, etape 3 : nous sortons des plans d’exécution 2d à partir du modèle 3d afin de réaliser vos rêves en cnc., extérieur class 6 #2.

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C’est le moteur de votre class 6. 3 mâts sont proposés., croisière : aluminium 23m, performance : carbone 23.6m, course : carbone 25.6m, la performance facile et sans skipper, spine concept avec un mât centré offre une grand voile de 109m2, comparable à un 53 pieds. la prise de ris en est grandement simplifiée pour un 63 pieds. vous allez donc faire plus travailler le triangle avant qui est : , plus vélique, plus simple à utiliser car sur enrouleur, mieux encore, nous vous proposons d’installer à poste deux voiles d’avant. le classique foc auto-vireur, mais plus reculé que d’habitude, et devant le drifter. cette dernière voile fait sensation dans le petit air, entre 4 et 12kts de vent, vous irez plus vite que le vent (6kts avec 4.5kt de vent). ce drifter passe à l’intérieur des haubans pour une parfaite remontée au vent. si vous avez un(e) équipier(e) vous pouvez aussi envoyer les voiles d’avant code0 ou gennaker pour aller encore plus vite que le vent., motorisation, 3 options :, 100% diesel : 2 moteurs diesel 80hp yanmar sur sail drive, smart hybrid : 1 moteur diesel 80hp yanmar sur sail drive + 1 moteur électrique 20kw, 100% electrique : 2 moteurs électriques 20 ou 30kw. nous recommandons un générateur diesel dc 48v en plus, qualité de construction, avec ses 13.5 à 15t lège , class 6 est l’un des plus léger au monde dans sa catégorie. le poids est l’élément clé pour réussir un catamaran “marin” qui donnera plaisir et sécurité., sur un o yachts la qualité n’est pas en option, la structure est en carbone , pas de concession. les coques sont de plus renforcées avec un bouclier kevlar, depuis les dérives jusqu’à l’avant, sur 20cm au dessus de la ligne de flottaison., tous les panneaux (cloisons, planchers, sofa, cuisine, escalier, meubles, rangements,…) sont réalisés en infusion sous vide puis stratifiés à la main entre eux à la structure. ce sont des centaines d’heures de travail supplémentaires pour que votre class 6 soit un coffre fort., ci-dessous une coque avec l’option 100% carbone, spécifications.

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Un catamaran léger c’est un catamaran marin. sans parler de performances, un catamaran léger donnera du plaisir. le plaisir de naviguer à la voile à 7kts dès 5kts de vent réel alors que les autres sont au moteur. le plaisir d’aller vite (et surtout sans efforts) dès que la brise monte pour rejoindre sa destination et profiter des meilleurs places au mouillage. aller vite pour se dégager du mauvais temps (gage de sécurité). sans parler de l’équilibre sous voile pour plus de confort en mer formée, la légèreté est le graal des catamarans pour aller vers un cercle vertueux : moins de poids / moins d’efforts  –  moins d’efforts / moins de renforts – moins de renforts / plus de légèreté…  ceci à un prix ce sont des centaines d’heures supplémentaires pour chasser le poids, réaliser l’ensemble de votre class 4 en panneaux infusés puis les stratifier à la main (pas de collage facile et rapide avec des panneaux non structurels). pas de vaigrage rapporté pour cacher la misère   ces vaigrages qui rajoutent un poids non négligeable et où les cafards des tropiques adorent faire leur nids. ce sont donc encore des centaines d’heures à enduire et poncer plusieurs fois pour une finition gelcoat ou un placage de 0,8mm de bois naturel. pour le structure, il faut utiliser des mousses de qualité et réduire un minimum les ajouts de résines cette mousse. ce sont encore des heures de travail pour ne pas utiliser des mousses quadrillées buveuses de résine. l’utilisation du carbone pour la structure devient une obligation et non une option., c’est la question classique pour nous, c’est à vous de choisir en fonction de votre programme car nous proposons les deux solutions. afin de vous aider dans le choix, voici un petit comparatif avec les avantages de l’un qui sont donc les inconvénients pour l’autre., dérives (chez o yachts elles sont 100% carbone), + meilleur cap au près de 5° entre 3 et 10kts de vitesse. + meilleur vitesse mais à 0,0x près, quilles (chez o yachts elle sont naca), + echouage possible sans risque + protection du sail drive moteur en cas de choc. + 250kg de charge supplémentaire (cf poussée d’archimède) + pas d’appendice mobile source de tracas potentiel, conclusion   : si vous voulez gagner une course les dérives sont une obligation pour assurer le podium.  si vous faites de la croisière ou de la course locale, les dérives sont un gage de tranquillité. dès 10kts de vitesse la différence de 5° d’angle en remontée au vent diminue voir disparaitre (13kts) car les quilles deviennent dès lors redoutables d’efficacité. , nous avons déjà réalisé un class 6 #1 avec une propulsion électrique. configuré en smart hybride avec un moteur électrique et un autre diesel. le poids léger de class 6 en fait le candidat idéal. il faut toutefois savoir que ces systèmes sont plus complexes et n’offrent pas la légitimité de millions de bateaux navigant au diesel. o yachts reste très motivé par les résultats et les dernières avancées. nous pensons que le choix electrique en smart hybride ou full electrique est réaliste sur nos class 6 ; dès lors que vous ajoutez une génératrice diesel dc 48v pour des raisons de sécurité. , vous payer votre catamaran en fonction de l’avancement réel avec transfert de propriété avec chaque appel de fond.  si vous devez faire appel à du financement, nous travaillons avec plusieurs organismes qui sauront vous faire une simulation en fonction du budget, de votre apport initial et la durée de l’emprunt., nous avons toujours une coque en construction au chantier. il faut entre 9 mois et un an pour finaliser votre projet. , nous travaillons en collaboration avec plusieurs partenaires capables de vous offrir de nombreux services une fois le class 4 livré. des places de port sont toujours disponibles en france sur plusieurs zones ainsi qu’à l’étranger (principalement italie et grèce)., en premier lieu il faut faire une configuration sur internet afin que nous puissions comprendre votre profil. puis nous pouvons organiser un essai en mer selon les disponibilités ou vous proposer la location., primé et reconnu, class 6 a obtenu le trophé “multihull of the year 2021” et le “readers choice”, recevez notre newsletter.

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Savvino-storozhevsky monastery and museum.

Savvino-Storozhevsky Monastery and Museum

Zvenigorod's most famous sight is the Savvino-Storozhevsky Monastery, which was founded in 1398 by the monk Savva from the Troitse-Sergieva Lavra, at the invitation and with the support of Prince Yury Dmitrievich of Zvenigorod. Savva was later canonised as St Sabbas (Savva) of Storozhev. The monastery late flourished under the reign of Tsar Alexis, who chose the monastery as his family church and often went on pilgrimage there and made lots of donations to it. Most of the monastery’s buildings date from this time. The monastery is heavily fortified with thick walls and six towers, the most impressive of which is the Krasny Tower which also serves as the eastern entrance. The monastery was closed in 1918 and only reopened in 1995. In 1998 Patriarch Alexius II took part in a service to return the relics of St Sabbas to the monastery. Today the monastery has the status of a stauropegic monastery, which is second in status to a lavra. In addition to being a working monastery, it also holds the Zvenigorod Historical, Architectural and Art Museum.

Belfry and Neighbouring Churches

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Located near the main entrance is the monastery's belfry which is perhaps the calling card of the monastery due to its uniqueness. It was built in the 1650s and the St Sergius of Radonezh’s Church was opened on the middle tier in the mid-17th century, although it was originally dedicated to the Trinity. The belfry's 35-tonne Great Bladgovestny Bell fell in 1941 and was only restored and returned in 2003. Attached to the belfry is a large refectory and the Transfiguration Church, both of which were built on the orders of Tsar Alexis in the 1650s.  

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To the left of the belfry is another, smaller, refectory which is attached to the Trinity Gate-Church, which was also constructed in the 1650s on the orders of Tsar Alexis who made it his own family church. The church is elaborately decorated with colourful trims and underneath the archway is a beautiful 19th century fresco.

Nativity of Virgin Mary Cathedral

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The Nativity of Virgin Mary Cathedral is the oldest building in the monastery and among the oldest buildings in the Moscow Region. It was built between 1404 and 1405 during the lifetime of St Sabbas and using the funds of Prince Yury of Zvenigorod. The white-stone cathedral is a standard four-pillar design with a single golden dome. After the death of St Sabbas he was interred in the cathedral and a new altar dedicated to him was added.

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Under the reign of Tsar Alexis the cathedral was decorated with frescoes by Stepan Ryazanets, some of which remain today. Tsar Alexis also presented the cathedral with a five-tier iconostasis, the top row of icons have been preserved.

Tsaritsa's Chambers

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The Nativity of Virgin Mary Cathedral is located between the Tsaritsa's Chambers of the left and the Palace of Tsar Alexis on the right. The Tsaritsa's Chambers were built in the mid-17th century for the wife of Tsar Alexey - Tsaritsa Maria Ilinichna Miloskavskaya. The design of the building is influenced by the ancient Russian architectural style. Is prettier than the Tsar's chambers opposite, being red in colour with elaborately decorated window frames and entrance.

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At present the Tsaritsa's Chambers houses the Zvenigorod Historical, Architectural and Art Museum. Among its displays is an accurate recreation of the interior of a noble lady's chambers including furniture, decorations and a decorated tiled oven, and an exhibition on the history of Zvenigorod and the monastery.

Palace of Tsar Alexis

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The Palace of Tsar Alexis was built in the 1650s and is now one of the best surviving examples of non-religious architecture of that era. It was built especially for Tsar Alexis who often visited the monastery on religious pilgrimages. Its most striking feature is its pretty row of nine chimney spouts which resemble towers.

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Location approximately 2km west of the city centre
Website Monastery - http://savvastor.ru Museum - http://zvenmuseum.ru/

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